CURATED IN COLLABORATION WITH ROCKY MOUNTAIN SOAP COMPANY
A Unique Spa Experience
Névé Spa at Lizard Creek Lodge offers mountain side spa treatments ranging from massage to a full range of esthetics services.
Our name comes from the new snow that falls upon a glacier through the Winter, rejuvenating the glacier in preparation for another melt season. We strive to create an experience that complements your time spent on the mountain, using products that are inspired by nature’s rejuvenating properties.
All massages and spa services include use of our outdoor heated pool and hot tubs, with breathtaking mountain views, before and/or after your treatment.
Like us, Rocky Mountain Soap Company cares about the environment. Our treatment menu was collaboratively designed specifically to highlight the benefits of their 100% natural and toxin free products. They smell great and they’re good for you too! Have peace of mind knowing that none of what is going down the drain will harm our planet or the animals that live here with us. That is our promise!
For our manicure and pedicure, we use the LVX nail polish product, which is the only luxury, high-fashion, 7 toxin-free premium nail lacquer available. 7-free means that it is formulated without the use of Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, DBP, Toluene, Camphor, Xylene & Parabens. LVX is also TPHP free, Gluten Free, vegan & cruelty free.
Denise is a Holistic Nutritionist and an Esthetician with a diverse career background. She trained at Gina's College of Advanced Esthetics in 2000 and later went on to study Holistic Nutrition at the Institute of Holistic Nutrition. She is currently studying herbal medicine so that she can combine all of these healing modalities together in her practice. She loves crafting, cooking, traveling, camping and learning new skills and healing practices. She looks forward to helping you have the very best experience here at Névé at the Lizard Creek Lodge.
BC Registered Massage Therapist
David graduated from Dalhousie University with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with a focus on biomechanics, physiology, and motor control. David furthered his study on the human body at the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy (CCMH).
David combines his kinesiology and massage therapy backgrounds to provide a holistic approach to healing involving soft tissue manipulation, stretching, and movement in a relaxation setting.
His treatments focus on deep tissue style massage to relieve sore muscles after a day on the slopes.
David is a Registered Massage Therapist in British Columbia; a receipt will be issued for submitting to extended health benefits.
Sports and Relaxation Massage (AB Registered)
Jewel is a Natural Health Practitioner, having finished her education in 2007. Since then she has gone on to practice massage and reflexology with a specialty in Infrared Sauna body wraps. Jewel is a Registered Massage Therapist in Alberta. She is excited to be working here on the hill, meeting people from all over, while making everyone's vacations complete and snowboarding to her hearts content. She looks forward to meeting you all this ski season!
Sports Massage and Spa Therapist
Carly is enjoying her first winter here in Fernie. Carly is a New Zealand trained Physiotherapist with a background specializing in sports injuries and rehabilitation. This background highlights Carly as an excellent masseuse for both sports and relaxation massage. Carly is currently working towards completing her Post-graduate Diploma in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, back in New Zealand.
Erin was born in Manitoba, but grew up in Calgary. She attended Delmar College of Hair and Esthetics. She is a skin care expert and a fully qualified Esthetician, certified with the Cosmetology Association of British Columbia. This is her first season working in Fernie, although she has visited Fernie for ski weekends while she was growing up. Erin has been skiing and snowboarding since she was 8 years old. One of her first experiences on a ski hill was in Fernie. She loves hiking, camping and exploring the mountains during summertime.
We highly recommend that you book your treatment well ahead to avoid disappointment. You can book online, request a booking by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, call 250-423-2057, or stop by the Front Desk at Lizard Creek Lodge.